National Senior Coordinator - Homebased

Recruiter
THIRD SOLUTIONS
Location
Richmond
Posted
04 Jul 2018
Closes
15 Jul 2018
Sector
Charity
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

We have a fantastic opportunity to lead and develop an exciting and brand-new Engagement and Education project with £1million funding by the People's Postcode Lottery Dream Fund for this nationally recognised social welfare charity. This is fantastic opportunity to be lead on a national project that will deliver awareness to thousands of families UK wide.

The Charity:
A medium sized social welfare charity who's name and brand is recognised nationwide.


The Role:
In this post, you will lead the brand-new projects Engagement and Education Plan. Woking with senior stakeholders across the country, including; the funder, senior stakeholders within the police and charity partners to design and deliver an array of communication tools which will advise the public.


Lead the development of new partnerships with key organisations including; police forces, local authorities and other voluntary sector organisations across UK.
Support and assist linked organisations training plan and work with their team of volunteers to provide oversight support including managing timescales, volunteer recruitment, attendance at training and administration.
Design and deliver educational tools in a variety of ways including e-newsletters, telephone calls, meetings and presentations to audiences of varying sizes.
Maintain existing relationships with linked and voluntary sector organisations across the UK.
Represent the charity and their exciting new project at external events and meetings, across the UK as well as nationally where needed.
Work with a team of internal staff and volunteers as well as key external stakeholders in your work and undertake any other duties commensurate with the general level of responsibility of the job.
Fixed Term (until 31st March 2020)


The Candidate:
You will be a dynamic communicator and natural influencer and will have experience of working with a variety of professionals and stakeholders across the UK.

Proven experience in the voluntary sector or similar experience in an educational, social care or police setting;
Knowledge or experience of at least two of the following:
Issues relating to the safeguarding of vulnerable adults or children;
Partnership working with a variety of statutory and non-statutory agencies;
Working directly with vulnerable adults or children in a supportive setting;
Proven experience of successfully leading or managing relationships with a complex range of stakeholders;
Proven experience of designing and delivering training to the public, staff and/or volunteers;
Proven experience of management skills with an ability to manage a range of objectives;
Proven experience of strong record keeping and ability to design and manage information systems;
Proven experience influencing people in senior leadership roles internally and externally towards ambitious change within a sector or area of business.

Regular travel across the UK, including regular overnight trips as required. The successful candidate will, ideally, live within a commutable distance of a mainline rail station due to the operational/travel requirements for this position.

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